1984: Human rights in the modern state
Training policy: opportunities for initial and continuing training-what should be provided by whom?
Cities in recession: the effects on urban reconstruction of economic crisis and rapid structural change
Western defence: is existing strategy obsolescent?
The challenge of Soviet maritime activity
The means of settling international disputes peacefully in present times: insulation of disputes from the superpower rivalry
Freedom and accountability of the media
35 years since the Marshall plan and the Truman doctrine: the continuing U.S. commitment to the stability and defence of Europe, and the significance of this in the east/west relations
The Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XXI
Philosophy and Public Policy
Delivered by Dame Mary Warnock, DBE
20 July 1984
Problems of the poorest countries: how to achieve sustainable growth with adequate financial underpinning
The Soviet Union and China and their Asian neighbours
The Anglo-American alliance since 1945: the transformation of a wartime partnership
A joint conference with the Woodrow Wilson Center, held in Washington DC
New problems in international relations arising from new technologies
The institutions of the European Community: the evolution of their powers and inter-relationships
How do democratic states cope with terrorism?